25 W. 39th St.
New York, NY 10018
United States
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John D. Ryan, III
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Built in 1907, this building was a $1.5 million gift from Andrew Carnegie to the Engineering Societies
Perfectly situated near Bryant Park, Broadway, Times Square and Grand Central Terminal
Prime location
Why this location?

Unparalleled location

This majestic work was built in 1907 as the Engineering Societies’ Building, a $1.5 million gift from Andrew Carnegie for engineering groups to establish a joint professional center. The Engineering Societies left 25 W. 39th St. in 1961, and the building was converted to office space. It is now the headquarters of Thor Equities, a global leader in urban real estate development, leasing and management of commercial, residential, retail, hotel and mixed-use assets.

Heavily Trafficked Shopping District

Located near Bryant Park, Broadway, Times Square and Grand Central Terminal, 25 W. 39th St. is perfectly situated at the hub of Midtown. A well-populated and well-maintained area, the Garment District is a prime location to possess elite office space in Midtown.

High-Density Trade Area

Pedestrians and fashion specialists alike stroll the Garment District, either to browse and shop the artistic corridors, or with specific destinations in mind. With a plethora of nearby subway lines, a multitude of shopping, transportation, entertainment and dining options are directly accessible.

Excellent Retail Opportunity

Hale & Rogers, with Henry G. Morse, designed a massive limestone and brick facade of 16 stories and 218 feet in height. With soaring ceilings, an auditorium for engineering discussions and an ornate lobby, the building still possesses many of these features today, along with the addition of three floors.